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Coronavirus and District Activities
In response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the Benton County Mosquito Control District is following guidance to try and minimize person-to-person contact. The District is closing its office to the public, except by appointment.
You may contact us by mail, phone, or email. We will update our website as conditions change with regards to any modification to the District’s activities. At this time, we are moving forward with conducting normal mosquito control measures, but will be taking steps to limit contact with the public. These measures will affect how we perform our duties so we appreciate your patience as we navigate this situation. Thank you for your understanding during this time.
POSTPONED - Benton County Mosquito Control Tire Collection Event
The Tire Collection Event has been postponed. We will NOT be accepting any tires in the foreseeable future. When a date is decided upon (possibly in September) for a replacement Tire Collection Event, we will update the website.
Thank you for visiting the Website for the Benton County Mosquito Control District. Since 1969 we have been providing mosquito control services. We hope that this website answers your questions and increases your knowledge of mosquitoes and mosquito control activities. If you can't find what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us.
The Benton County Mosquito Control District is dedicated to responsibly improving the quality of life and increasing public education in our area. The District accomplishes this by utilizing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies. IPM is designed to utilize cost-effective control measures to reduce mosquito populations and the diseases they potentially carry, while being environmentally sensitive.
Communication and cooperation with property owners, residents and governmental agencies are critical components in the effort to reduce mosquito populations. Benton County MCD strives to be open and responsive to our community.